The Encyclopedia of the American Theatre 1900-1975

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Baker All Rights Reserved Published January, 1933 Printed in the United States of America INTRODUCTION To attempt to measure the strength of an institution by the limited arc of our own experience is a common human failing. Thus students are trained in topics in institutional dramaturgy, including the formulation of artistic policy and its communication and implementation, and as production dramaturgs, operating within the rehearsal process. It is an interesting treatment of the ritual of knighthood. 166 DRAMATIC BIBLIOGRAPHY Nativity pageant; arr by Charles Johnson. 1924 Faith press 23p il 1 s 6d; Morehouse 60c Reader and large or small cast, chorus; 9 scs.

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Walter Reeves. 1930 Harper xiii,572p il $1.60 (Teachers' manual 40c) A new text book prepared by four authors who are specialists in their fields Freedom's Pioneer: John McGrath's Work in Theatre, Film and Television (University of Exeter Press - Exeter Performance Studies) Gokiborg 73 Dramas from antiquity throuKh the Shake- spearean era. comp. Taylor 217 Dramatic traditions of the dark ages. Tower 88 Ethical and reliRious value of the drama. Balmforth 153 First studies in dramatic art. Rose (Development of drama) 51 Five great skeptical dramas of history. Owen 75 Henrik Ibsen: the man and his plays. Moses (Synopses of plays and comments) 41 Henrik Ibsen, plays and problems Performance and Activism: read epub Performance and Activism: Grassroots. Brief but clear descriptions of folk costumes of 20 European countries, and 4 period costumes for the United States Performance, Drama and Spectacle in the Medieval City: Essays in Honour of Alan Hindley (Synthema) (Paperback) - Common Elliot. 1926-1931 Putnam 6v il $2.50 ea Two volumes were published in 1926 in this series, 8i;8op. They picture life and work in Eng- land during the isth and i6th centuries. The volumes of 1928 contain: v i Later middle ages, 14th century; v2 15th century; V3 Early and middle renaissance, i6th century; V4 17th century; V 5 nth, i2th, and 13th centuries; v6 i8th cen- tury , source: Theatre in the Dark (Methuen Drama Engage) Raphael Jacquemin. 1876 (See entry: Histoire generale du costume. .. under same section) Magasin pittoresque. Various contributors. 1833-1899 Paris 32v over 800p per volume il o.p. Contain hundreds of illustrations showing cos- tumes and accessories of every sort. The articles on costume are written by the best known men of the century, among them Challamel, Delacroix, Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire, Charles Leblanc, Henri Martin , e.g. The Womans Prize: By John Fletcher (The Malone Society MUP) A. catalog 1926 It gives suggestions on organizing little thea- tres, outdoor productions, pageants and amateur plays, celebrations of national holidays and Christ- mas. Includes play list, and text of one festival Passionate Playgoing in Early Modern England download for free. Searches over 13,000 journals covering a wide array of academic disciplines including biological sciences, economics, communications, computer sciences, engineering, language and linguistics, arts and literature, medical sciences and women's studies , e.g. Playwrights Companion 1995

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